THE NEUTRALISED LIP
Uneven tones, be gone! This correction treatment is ideal for hyperpigmentation/melanin-rich lips to change the colour of darker areas and bring a more neutral, even tone.
Clients with melanin-rich lips (darker) through genetics or lips that have become darker through smoking.
1 hour and15 minutes.
The neutralised lip procedure is a specialised technique of lip pigmentation that aims to correct and neutralise the natural color of the lips. It is often used to address issues such as dark or unevenly pigmented lips, scars, or discoloration.
During a neutralised lip procedure, your skilled Browns & Co lip specialist uses pigments to apply a custom color that matches or complements your desired lip shade. The pigments are carefully chosen to neutralise any unwanted undertones or discoloration present in the lips, creating a more balanced and uniform lip color.
While a neutralised lip procedure can significantly reduce the appearance of lip discoloration, it may not completely eliminate it in all cases. The degree of improvement will depend on the individual’s skin type, the severity of the discoloration, and the specific pigments used. Your technician will assess your unique situation and discuss the expected outcomes during your consultation.
The longevity of the color correction achieved through a neutralised lip procedure can vary depending on factors such as individual skin type, lifestyle, and aftercare. Generally, the results can last between 1 to 3 years. However, it’s important to note that the color may gradually fade over time, and touch-up sessions may be required to maintain the desired lip color.
The process of getting a neutralised lip procedure is similar to regular lip pigmentation, but it may involve additional steps and considerations. The lip specialist will assess the existing lip color, discuss your desired outcome, and customise the procedure to neutralise any unwanted undertones or discoloration. The choice of pigments and the application technique may differ to achieve the desired color correction.
The downtime for a neutralised lip procedure is generally similar to regular lip pigmentation. After the procedure, the lips may appear slightly swollen and have an intense color. The initial color will fade within a few days, and the lips will go through a healing process, which can take about 1 to 2 weeks. Following proper aftercare instructions provided by your Browns & Co specialist is crucial for optimal healing and color retention.
Yes, you can still wear lipstick after getting a neutralised lip procedure. The procedure aims to correct or neutralise the natural lip color, but it does not restrict you from applying lipstick if desired. You can choose lipstick shades that complement the neutralised lip color for a cohesive look.
Yes, it is recommended to consult with a specialised technician who has expertise in neutralised lip procedures. Lip color correction requires skill, knowledge of pigments, and an understanding of individual skin undertones. Our qualified technicians will assess your unique lip color, discuss your goals, and create a personalised treatment plan to achieve the desired color correction and enhancement.